I donated my TV to the esteemed sibling today, it was distracting me and I don’t really need it. So after we installed it, we walked around to the local for a spot of Sunday lunch. Luckily the sun was shining and all the other patrons were outside, getting burnt, whereas we had the lounge to enjoy in the cool with our refreshing drinks.
Another dinner with the esteemed sibling at the local watering home. Several pages completed, mostly rubbish ones, then esteemed sibling turned up. I sat in different location so I could sketch patrons at the bar, but it was pretty busy today (warm-ish weather brings them all out) so I could have sat anywhere and had something to draw.
I met the esteemed sibling for dinner at the Dial Arch in Woolwich today. It’s a nice pub and not too busy, most of the patrons were on the beer terrace enjoying the summer evening whilst it’s still pleasant. As we are not particularly chatty siblings, I managed to do a few pages of drawings in my sketchbook, to which sibling said “hrmmph”. So eloquent. This spread was the mirror in the next section and the tall vase of flowers in ours, though maybe I should have made you guess too.
Predominantly a lazy day today, catching up on household chores until the neighbours invited us to watch the rugby with them down at the local [pub]. England v France methinks, but I wasn’t paying attention as the wife and I were having one of our natters. It was rather late when we arrived home and as I had not taken my sketchbook with me, this is some last minute rugby inspired imagery.
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Drawings + Words
I ain't got a dime
Learning to See through the end of my Pen & Brush
art with edge, acrylics, mixed media, book art and more
my learning journey
Illustration by Olivia Palmer
A collection of drawings capturing a little bit of London. Just because it's ace.
Danish design made in Denmark
Drawings and illustrations
Hand-stitched collage from conked-out stuff.
mixed media from teenytinytablestudio
"I wish to do nothing for profit. I wish to live for art. I want nothing whatever. I am quite happy." —William Blake
the sketchbook of Anna Williamson
Drawings by Sally Parnis, Artist